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China & Hong Kong - August 2016

Member firm RsA Asia enters American Institute of CPAs

The CELIA Alliance congratulates CELIA member, Lorenzo Riccardi from RsA Asia having been recognised by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) as an International Associate of the accounting association.

Established in 1887, AICPA is among the oldest and most prestigious accounting associations in the world, with more than 400,000 members operating across 145 countries worldwide. Through its global network, the association aims to spread the principles and guidelines of accounting practices in collaboration with national professional institutes.

RsA is a leading tax and corporate advisory firm that assists companies, multinational groups and institutions in East Asia and specialises in the emerging markets of the region.  Their clients who include companies, multinational groups and institutions receive professional and quality support on services ranging from the management of tax-related aspects of international assignments and mergers and acquisitions, to financial consulting and accounting services. 

The CELIA Alliance has added five new members in the past year alone taking the Alliance to a total of 22 firms, in 19 jurisdictions, across three continents (Europe, Asia and North America). Member firms are selected on the basis of expertise and service standards which enable them to cater to the complex employment needs of global employers.

For further information on RsA Asia, please visit the firm’s website at, email Turn on Javascript! or call +86 (0) 21 633 622 99.


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